You are on page 1of 32

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING (M) SDN. BHD.

PLOT 7, KINTA FTZ,


JALAN KUALA KANGSAR,
31200 CHEMOR, PERAK,
MALAYSIA

PART FIX FOR MODEL MIX

MOHAMAD HAFFIS BIN MAHMOOD


930424 08 5791
A12KE0167
3 SKEL

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA

SEPTEMBER 2015

DEDICATION AND APRECIATION

As time flies by for this past 12 weeks, I would like to show my gratitude to Allah as
for giving me the ease for all my activities being done during this particular period. Same
goes to my parents that has supported me in giving the advice and my necessary needs from
the very beginning until the end.
Thanks to Mr Annamalai that has been a very dedication supervisor to me. He shares
a lots of thing and useful knowledge to be the best employee. He also gives a lot of support
during my ease and hard time. Thanks also to Mr Izam Kamisian to be such a good supporter
and sporting visitor. His visit here has been so amazing and so cherish.
And lastly, to my fellow technition and mates throughout this industrial training, that
has been a joyful support members that loosen all my stress and problems. Thanks to all and
not to forget thanks to Yamaha thats allow me to do my industrial training here.

LIST OF CONTENTS

DEDICATION AND APRECIATION ................................................................................................... 2


TABLES,FIGURE, AND SYMBOLS LISTS ........................................................................................ 4
CHAPTER 1 COMPANY BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE ..................... 5
CHAPTER II TRAINING GIVEN, DESIGNS AND PROJECTS ................................................... 12
SMT Glue Dispensing Process ............................................................................................................. 14
SMT Solder Printing Process ................................................................................................................ 14
i.

Trolley Design for Material Parts Storage ............................................................................... 15

ii.

Wrong Polarity Analysis for Part WW78390 ........................................................................... 16

iii. Change model magnetic label. .................................................................................................. 18


iv. Change model continue analysis ............................................................................................... 19
v.

3 days class and Research and Development department (RnD Dept) ..................................... 19

vi. Kanban project. ......................................................................................................................... 21


CHAPTER III MAIN PROJECT (PART FIX FOR MODEL MIX) ................................................. 22
CHAPTER IV CONCLUSIONS ....................................................................................................... 28
CHAPTER V PROBLEMS AND SUGGESTIONS ON TRAINING............................................... 29
REFERENCES ..................................................................................................................................... 30
APPENDIXES ...................................................................................................................................... 31

TABLES,FIGURE, AND SYMBOLS LISTS

Figure 1: RX-V779 .................................................................................................................... 7


Figure 2: RX-V579 .................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 3: RX-A3050 .................................................................................................................. 7
Figure 4: RX-V679 .................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 5: A-S2100...................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 6: CD-S2100 ................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 7: CD-S3000 ................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 8: CD-C600 .................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 9: MCR-042 .................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 10: CRX-N560................................................................................................................ 9
Figure 11: TSX-B235 ................................................................................................................ 9
Figure 12: MCR-142 .................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 13: LSX-700 ................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 14: YAS-103 ................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 15: YSP-4300 ............................................................................................................... 10
Figure 17: Milestone chart ....................................................................................................... 12
Figure 18: After implementing trolley system ......................................................................... 15
Figure 19: Before using trolley system .................................................................................... 15
Figure 20: Part polarity supposed to be ................................................................................... 16
Figure 21: Operator manually checked the part inside the reel using led flash loupe ............. 16
Figure 22: Tape guide, magnetic plate is put under here ......................................................... 17
Figure 23: What a mechanical feeder look like ....................................................................... 17
Figure 24: The part ww78390 has separated into two ............................................................. 17
Figure 25: Before: 1 port used ................................................................................................. 17
Figure 26: before:line leader must check setlist ...................................................................... 18
Figure 27: After magnetic strip is applied ............................................................................... 18
Figure 29: Milestone table. ...................................................................................................... 23
Figure 30: How model is choose ............................................................................................. 24
Figure 31: Chosen model ......................................................................................................... 24
Figure 32: August audit change model downtime ................................................................... 26
Figure 33: 4 month change model time analysis ..................................................................... 27

5
CHAPTER 1 COMPANY BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING (M) SDN BHD,(YEM)


COMPANY BACKGROUND

YEM is located in Chemor, Perak.Ia located about 15 kilometers from the city of
Ipoh. YEM produce audio visual products. YEM items are high quality and meet customer
needs, as it recognized the international world.
YEM construction cost of RM 31 million (USD 12.4 million), equivalent to the value
of the Malaysian currency of USD 1 = RM2.50 at that time. YEM factory was established not
far from the residential area to encourage people to come and work in YEM. YEM factory is
located in the industrial zone in Tasek where there are several other refineries in operation.
YEM operate the factory covers an area of 16 hectares (650, 000 square meters, 700,
000 square meters, 150, 000 square meters) .Size of warehouse is 240, 000 square meters,
258, 960 square feet, 121, 850 square feet. Football fields and parking lots each measuring
21,473 square meters and 5145 square meters.
The number of workers in YEM at the end of July 2015 was 1264 people, while the
average age of employees is 30 years. YEM workers of different ethnic groups such as
Malay, Chinese, Indian, Japanese and others. The percentage of workers is, Malay 61.96%,
China 10.3%, India 31.9%, Japan 0.82% and other races as much as 24.82%.

The following are the buildings in YEM :

The following are the history line of YEM since April 1991 :-

DATE YEM DEVELOPEMENT


1991 DEC 1st building completed
1992 MAR Production started
1994 AUG Achievement of ISO 9002 certification
1995 SEP 2nd building completed
1996 AUG Accumulated production quantity 3 million sets
1997 APR R&D started
1998 APR 3rd building completed
1998 OCT Accumulated production quantity 5 million sets
1998 OCT Global service parts center starting operation
1998 DEC Achievement of ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certifications
1999 JUL CDR-W production started
2001 JUN 4th building completed
2002 DEC Closure of CDR-W production

2003 JUL Completed conversion of new prod. system (IMS)


2004 DEC YSP production started
2007 OCT RX-Z11 production started
2009 APR Accumulated AV/CDR production quantity 20 million sets
2009 AUG Moulding started
2009 NOV Setup spray & printing process
2013 AUG Accumulated AV production quantity 20 million sets

As for the YEMs product, the following are the product produced by YEM :1. Receivers

Figure 3: RX-A3050
Figure 4: RX-V679

Figure 2: RX-V579

Figure 1: RX-V779

2. HiFi Components

Figure 6: CD-S2100

Figure 5: A-S2100

3. HiFi System
Figure 8: CD-C600

Figure 7: CD-S3000

Figure 10: CRX-N560

Figure 12: MCR-142

4. Digital Sound Projector

Figure 14: YAS-103

Figure 9: MCR-042

Figure 11: TSX-B235

10

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

Figure 15: YSP-4300

11

MOTO SYARIKAT YEM


1. Kami menjayakan jenama Yamaha melalui produk yang mempunyai nilai kualiti yang
tinggi.
2. Kami mempunyai sikap profesionalism dalam bertindak dan membuat keputusan
dengan pantas dan tepat.
3. Kami berusaha membuat perubahan setiap hari.
4. Tidak terkongkong dengan pemikiran yang sama, kami sentiasa mempunyai semangat
juang.
5. Kami menghargai komunikasi dengan komuniti disekeliling kita dan terus
meningkatkan sikap bekerjasama.
6. Kami menepati peraturan dan menjaga keselamatan di tempat kerja.
7. Kami menjaga alam sekitar dan kebajikan komuniti.

12
CHAPTER II TRAINING GIVEN, DESIGNS AND PROJECTS

After running through this 12 valuable weeks in, I can say that Ive completed 6 mini
projects that is quite a lot of project within a short period in addition of completing the main
project chapter 3. Hence, as for the mini project, I have prepare the milestone chart to view
my management of this 6 mini project plus 1 main project.
Before that I must make it clear that the department that I was placed by the company
is one of the production line which is Surface Mount Technology (SMT). The following is
the flow of basic production line or in simple way is the product in the making flow/process.

AI

Auto insert

SMT
Surface Mount Tech

MI

FA

Manual insert

Final Assembly

Figure 16: Milestone chart


There are two types of process being perform at SMT production lines: glue
dispensing process and soldering process. Glue process is the process of using machine to
paste the glue dots on the PCB by using nozzle in the dispenser machine. Normally, glue
process are performed on the PCB in 5 production lines and the others 4 production lines are
processing solder process to PCB.

13

There are 4 types of processes in YEM:


1) SMT printing
2) AI

AI

SMT Bonding

MI

MI

FA

SMT Bonding

3) SMT printing

SMT printing

MI

FA

4) SMT printing

SMT Bonding

MI

FA

SMT Process Flow


Loader

Glue Dispenser / Solder Printer


Chip Mounter
IC Mounter
Reflow Oven
Working Conveyor
AOI Machine
Unloader

Figure 3.2 SMT Process Flow

FA

14

SMT Glue Dispensing Process


In this process, glue are paste on the PCB certain location which preset in the model program,
and then chips are paste on the glue dot. All glue process are done by glue dispenser machine,
and the glue process are performed after the PCB has processed in Auto Insertion (AI)
process. AI process is insert components at PCB side A and glue process is paste glue on
PCB side B.
Therefore, 2 sub-processes in the glue process include:
a.

Single side mounting method with glue

b.

Double side mounting method with solder paste and glue

SMT Solder Printing Process


In the printing process, all printing process are done by paste printer machine. Printing
process are performed before glue dispensing process due to solder paste have higher melting
point compared to the adhesive glue. Because of low melting point of adhesive glue, those
components that done glue process not suitable to carry on the reflow oven process due to
high oven temperature. So that, the printing process need done first before the glue process.
Solder printing process is a process of swipe the solder paste on the digital PCB by passing
through the stencil. Solder printing process is different to glue dispensing process because all
the prepared PCB that ongoing printing process do not done by AI process. Also, the PCB
does not have any holes for AI process and only suitable for printing process.
Therefore , there are 2 sub-processes in the solder process include:
a. Single side mounting method with solder paste
b. Double side mounting method with solder paste

The following are the list of my project :i.

Trolley Design for Material Parts Storage

ii.

Wrong Polarity Analysis for Part WW78390

iii.

Change Model Magnetic Label for Change Model

iv.

Change Model Continue Analysis

v.

3 days Class at RnD department

vi.

Kanban Project

vii.

Fixed Part For Model Mixed (MAIN PROJECT)

15

I will continue briefly explain on the mini project for a clearer view about each mini
project is being done and whats its all about. This include, the main problem, the counter
measure and the results of the counter measure.
i.

Trolley Design for Material Parts Storage

When I was placed in SMT department, I was assigned by my supervisor to


stay at the material of the department. Some says that the management of material
of a company is one of the most important management to make that company a
success. Hence, here I learn the basic management of the material and Ive come
out with an idea which is to replace the current system(store parts on a pallet) into
a trolley system.

The improvement of this project are :a. Reduce space since more box can be stack on top of the trolley because the
size has been increased
b. Easier to move the part boxes since the trolley got wheel to move it
c. Reduce/eliminate the presense of dust. This is really important because dust
can disturb when the machine want to mount theese parts.
d. Look tidier and cleaner which in Yamaha we follow the principe of 5S.

Figure 18: Before using trolley system

Figure 17: After implementing trolley system

16

ii.

Wrong Polarity Analysis for Part WW78390

After a while in the storage section, I was assign to study part WW78390. This
part keep producing wrong polarity problem. We make a graph of the part
WW78390 to see the frequent part polarity problem occurred.

DIODE WRONG POLARITY ANALYSIS FOR MONTH MAY UNTIL


JULY 2015
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
MAY

JUNE

JULY

VU99230

WY16320

ZP35860

WW78390

YF077A0

WY16460

ZF59760

WZ44340

VU99230

VV22070

Hence, we list some of the counter measure to overcome this wrong polarity
problem. The following are the counter measures:-

a. Manually confirm the diode polarity inside reel.


This part WW78390 comes inside a reel. Hence we manually checked directly
the reel to confirm that no problem comes from the supplier. And after
checking for 100K unit of that particular part, we didnt found any wrong
polarity inside the reel.

Figure 20: Operator manually checked the part inside the


reel using led flash loupe

Figure 19: Part polarity supposed to be

17

b. Fixed feeder with a magnatic plate


Upon this, we used a magnatic plate below the tape guide. This is to make sure
the part is stable and not move during pickup and further on does not produce
a wrong polarity when mount on the board.

Figure 22: What a mechanical feeder look


like

Figure 21: Tape guide, magnetic plate is put


under here

c. Separate the mounting to two feeder.


Coincidently, this part WW78390 is a high mount part which means have big
number of mounting. I suggest to my supervisor to separate it into two feeder.
He asked the programmer to adjust the codding to make it into two mounting
point.
After this change, so far until now, the problem wrong polarity hasnt
occurred. This show that this method shows a good results to avoid wrong
polarity problem.

Figure 24: Before: 1 port used

Figure 23: The part ww78390 has separated into two

18

iii.

Change model magnetic label.


As I study for the change model, I recognize during part arrangement, they
take lots of time and the arrangement process itself is a bit complicated. The line
leader must take the part, check the part name by the feeder, check the part name
on the setlist to check whict port to be put in and then the part is put in. And after
all the parts has been arrange inside the machine, all the part will be recheck
before the first PWB to flow inside machine.
I suggested that we make a label and a magnatic strip is chosen to be used for
this project. I design it so that it is easy to stick on the feeder. Hence, during
change model, line leader just refer to the slot number and put it inside the
machine. They dont have to refer setlist first the put it in. they only need to
recheck or confirm the parts to make sure it is in the right order.

Figure 25: before:line leader must check setlist

Figure 26: After magnetic strip is applied

19

iv.

Change model continue analysis

Later on for change model, I study the line leader report. I noticed that they
dont have a standard way of writing report. Hence, I follow their activity each
time their change model.

I see that there are actually, 4 basic activity during change model whicha are:a) Change model : include changing the program and setup backup pin jig
b) Parts arrangement : arrange nessessary part inside machine
c) Pickup teaching : technition teach the machine to perfectly pickup parts from
feeder.
d) Mount teaching : technition teach the machine to perfectly mount the part
pickup nicely to the PCW as desired
Hence, regarding this 4 matter, my supervisor organized a meeting and explain
to all the line leaders about this new standard of writing report. This is very
important because we need to analyse the downtime and the info inside the report
must be orgaized neatly.

v.

3 days class and Research and Development department (RnD Dept)


This 3 days is attended by me and my other training partner in this Yamaha
company. It was conducted by Hanis, the electrical engineer there. These 3 days
has been so amazing where I got to study the best amplifier being made.
They give the schematic design af a particular model, then they ask to study
and make a block diagram of the system. This really make me reallize the basic
important thing in designing a model/product.
Then, based from the block diagram and schematic design, I got the chance to
used a software named ZUKEN that create the shcematic diagram and later on
convert it to a PWB design diagram. This is really interesting because I got to
design my own PWD pathway. This include, where it should be placed relevanly
and the basic of connecting/pathways between parts.

20

The following are the aim of understanding for this 3 days class.
understanding the manufacturing process
-

production design process

development stage

electrical design flow electrical design explaination

parts spec sheet explaination

design specification schematic designer (sd) and board designer (bd)

schematic diagram and pwb pattern design explaination

Figure 27: developement stage

Figure 28: Electrical Engineer task flow

21

vi.

Kanban project.

Kanban means a card displaying sequence of specification and instruction,


sent along the production line. Before this system is a manual update system
which the material person in charge will update the table.

Now the table is upgraded into a system. I was assigned to desing that
particular system using microsoft excel. This is a new experienced to me and my
opportunity to learn and build skills using microsoft excel. The following is my
desing for this kanban table.

This table are function to display a material request status. Line leader must
request parts form material 6hrs before change moder and ther also need to take
the requested parts 2 hrs before the change model. They can check the parts
preparation status inside the Kanban Table.

22
CHAPTER III MAIN PROJECT (PART FIX FOR MODEL MIX)

As for the main project, I feel lucky because my project was included as one of the
project in the YPM project. YPM that stands for Yamaha Productivity Management which
is an annual events for Yamaha thats open to all department to propose a project for their
particular department. As for the prize, the grand winner will get RM2000.00.
As mention before, SMTs has a total of 10 lines of production which are 5 lines are
for glue-ing parts on a PCB for a temporary time before the parts is soldered later on. And the
other 5 lines is for sweeping solder paste on PWB and directly heated to make the solder
strong and perfect for conducting electricity. Based on this, my supervisor and I decided to
choose line 5 to implement this YPM project.
Generally, the problems occurred that trigger to do this project for YPM is the time to
do a single change model is too long. This department goal is to make each single change
model for about 45 minutes. But practically the aim is hard to achieve. Hence we study back
and list the activity within the change model period and see which part can be improvise
(Kaizen). This is very important to this department because, we need to prepare the PCB to be
sent to our client which is the next line of production (MI : Manual Insert)
After studying the change model activity, basically the following are the activity
happen in each single change model :Change Model

Insert new model program to each machine

Arrange Part

Rearrange the parts needed for that


particular PCB lot with the help of set list.

Pickup Teaching

Machine pickup parts from parts reel with a


mechanical machine called feeder. Pickup
teaching is to make sure that the machine
pickup parts at the centre of the parts.

Mounting Teaching

Teach machine to mount specifically on the


coordinate desired on the PWB

The single change model is considered done is when a PCB is completely has gone through
all the machine and mounted with no error.

23

Based on this 4 activities, the one that can be improvise is the ARRANGE PART.
Previously, arrange part take a lot of time because, they need to rearrange the feeder
for next model. The operator needs to checked the parts by referring to the set list and then
he/she will insert the feeder inside the machine. Later on, after all the feeder has been
inserted, then all the parts will be recheck and confirmed. Even by reading we can imagine
this takes a lot of time.
Hence, as for this project, I proposed to just choose a certain amount of model that
used similar parts mostly and the parts for these model will be fixed inside the machine.
Hence, no more arrange parts will be done and the operator will just confirmed the parts
before the machine runs. In addition, since less movement of feeder being take in and take
out, teaching time will also be reduced.
In short, the main idea is reducing the time by eliminate the arrange part activity and
fixed the necessary part inside the machine.
Firstly my supervisor and I set a target, which is to reduce the change model time
from 45 minutes to 30 minutes and this will be this project aim that need to be achieved.
Then we set a meeting to brainstorm the method and steps that need to be done in
achieving this. And the results we arrange it in a milestone table to be our guidance and to
keep on track of this project progress. The following is the milestone table :-

Figure 29: Milestone table.

24
As for the effort point, we manage to start by choosing which model thats suitable
for this model. We choose the model that has quite similar parts used. Below are some
cropped part as an example how the model was choose and the list of the model chosen up
until now.

Figure 30: How model is choose

Figure 31: Chosen model

After this list of model has been prepared by time to time. Some of the program that
has been completed we already implement as planned in the milestone. But as for the
machine, how does the preparation for the machine?

25
About the machine, we study on the machine and find out that the machines slot is
not used optimally. Theres still some space that can insert part in it. As mention before, this
project is implemented in line 5. The following is the layout for the machine in line 5.

AI

SMT

MI

FA

Hence, we can see that we can add on up to 442 parts in total. Hence, we maximised
the usage of the slot and fixed the feeder inside the machine. Hence, there will be no more
arrange part since the part is already inside the machine, we only need to top up the parts if
the reel is empty. The following part we will discuss more on the results of this project.

26

RESULTS
Theoretically after the arrange part section being eliminated, the downtime for change
model will decrease and below is an example of this project results.

CHANGE MODEL TIME


80
60
40

25

20

25

20

10

10

BEFORE

AFTER

MACHINE SETUP

PART LOADING TO M/C

PLACEMENT TEACHING

Figure 32: August audit change model downtime

27

Individually, we can see that 30 minutes has been reduced due to the elimination of
parts arrangement. For the monthly analysis, we will total up all the change model time and
divide how many times does a single change model occur. This will give the average results
on the average change model time for that month.

Figure 33: 4 month change model time analysis

As we can see above, even though we didnt achieve to make it up to 30 minutes per
change model, me manage to decrease the time lower that before. As this project has cut
down the time, around 10~20 min, this gives a very beneficial profit to the company.
Additional lot can be done and this will completely give profit to the company.

28
CHAPTER IV CONCLUSIONS

First of all, I would like to thank again to Allah, my parents, lecturer, supervisors and
friends for helping, guide,support and understand my needs for my industrial training from
the beginning until the end. When conducting this project, Ive learn quite a lot of new things,
interesting, instructive and challenging, knowledge and even good experiences during this
program. This program helped me to know more about what is the real meaning of
entrepreneurship, and I was able to gain new insights and more comprehensive understanding
about the real industry working condition and practice. After work there for 12 weeks, I
totally determined and eager to open my own business company in my future.
Based on my own opinion this company has the ability to grow up their business not
only to earn profit but also to make sure employees work in clean and hygienic place and
give important to the workers safety. On the other hand, the programme also has provided me
the opportunities to develop and improve my soft and functional skills.
In this programme I train myself the moral value of honesty, discipline, and
responsibility to take out the tasks assigned. This will surely increase the confidence in me to
do a given task with a sense of responsibilities. In addition, I also applied here in spirit of
teamwork and how to communicate with the workers here. Teamwork is essential to ensure
that a job can be completed within the stipulated time, while good communication among
employees is very important to create a working environment that peaceful and harmonize.
Indirectly, this can prevent boredom at work and can increase confidence in achieving the
perfect job.
The company has adopted the rule in many aspects. These regulations facilitate and
maintain the image of the role the firm to become more systematic. Finally, I would like to
conclude that this industrial training really gives me a working experiences that way beyond
that Ive imagine. But keep calm and face all kind of challenges or obstacles in order to be a
successful person in the future.

29
CHAPTER V PROBLEMS AND SUGGESTIONS ON TRAINING

After done my industrial training for 12 weeks , I can say that for an Electrical
Engineer to be, this is one of the best platform which this company produce the best
amplifier/ subwoofer. Hence, we will be learning the circuit or the production of the best
quality product in international level.
As for the sequence or which department should we be placed, I strongly suggest
request to stay in Research and development department but later on we can visit the
production line and see how they manufacture the design.
For me that has been been placed at one of the production line, theres a pros and cons
that Ive experienced. The good side is I got to see, touch, and do it myself how the pcb is
handled and managing a machine that mount component on the pwb. The other side is I dont
get to implement the knowledge that Ive been tought during my last 3 years studying in
UTM. But frankly, I make my own effort and request to make a 3 days class with the RND
engineers. These 3 days been so amazing since Ive get to design my own system and study
one of their best model.
In a nutshell, I once again strongly suggest that for the next internship batch to request
Yamaha Electronics as their industrial training place.

30

REFERENCES
i.

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING (M) SDN. BHD.


PLOT 7, KINTA FTZ,
JALAN KUALA KANGSAR,
31200 CHEMOR,
PERAK DARUL RIDZUAN

ii.

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING (M) SDN. BHD. employees


handbook.

iii.

YAMAHA SMT department training guides.

iv.

Reference from the internet.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_Corporation

v.

Buku Log Harian Latihan Industri,UTM

31

APPENDIXES

DISPENSER MACHINE

ADHESIVE GLUE
WITH ADHESIVE GLUE

PCB WITH ADHESIVE


GLUE

RESISTOR

CHIP MOUNTER

MACHINE

WITH CHIP COMPONENTS


TRANSISTOR

IC MOUNTER

CAPACIOR

DIODE

MACHINE

WITH IC COMPONENT

IC QFP

IC SOP

AIR REFLOW OVEN

AOI MACHINE

1. SMT Glue
Dispensing Process
OUTPUT

32

PRINTER MACHINE
SOLDER PASTE
COPPER PAD WITH SOLDER PASTE

RESISTOR

CAPACITOR

TRANSISTOR

INDUCTOR

CHIP MOUNTER MACHINE


WITH CHIP COMPONENTS

IC MOUNTER

MACHINE
DIODE

2. SMT Solder Printing


Process
AIR REFLOW OVEN
FINISH MOUNTED PCB

IC BGA

IC QFN

IC QFP

IC SOP

AOI MACHINE

WITH IC COMPONENT

OUTPUT